Mornings are the most productive time of the day. One of the many reasons for people becoming super successful is that they know how to make the most of the mornings. It’s when your brain is at its best and is capable of producing astounding results.
Here are ten morning habits you should steal from super successful entrepreneurs to be more like them: Read more
By Bill Vossler
When I was a sixth-grader, I fell in love with basketball. The heft of the ball, the feel of the rough surface in my hands, the instant response to every dribble, the backwards spin of the ball in flight as it flicked off the ends of my fingers, occasionally swishing through the net, called to me from a deep atavistic yearning, whispering, “This is what you were meant to do.”
I had found my niche. The game was in my blood.
Only I wasn’t very good. Read more
Keeping a diary isn’t just for expressing teenage angst – it can prove to be a useful tool for people of any age. And one of the best uses of a diary is as a way of boosting your productivity. Putting your thoughts and ideas down on paper – or on screen if you prefer a virtual version – is a brilliant way of focusing your thoughts and establishing what steps you need to take.
How does it work? Here are seven ways keeping a diary can boost your productivity. Read more
Sometimes things aren’t just moving slowly. They’re not moving at all. What are the effects of lack of progress in our goal pursuit?
Procrastination does more than just undermine performance. It undermines our happiness and satisfaction with life. Why? Read more
We all have one thing in common: every night we all go to bed and every day we all wake up. Each day we have the opportunity to start again, seize the day and create the life we want. It is such an amazing opportunity that we should all be jumping out of bed every morning with total excitement to start our day. Alas, I know that is not the case for many people. Read more
By Ali Luke
A lot of people have quite a fatalistic attitude towards self-discipline. They see themselves as essentially undisciplined people who lack the stamina to follow through on their decisions. They might talk about a “procrastination problem” or “no will power”. They blame their lack of self-discipline for their inability to get their business off the ground, or finish college, or successfully quit smoking or diet.
I don’t believe that any of us are lost causes when it comes to self-discipline. I also don’t think that any of us are born with iron wills or great tenacity: it’s something which we learn. Read more